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The Vice President's visit coincides with national HBCU week.
A young alum, who chose to be anonymous, donated nearly $2.2 million to the HBCU.
Congressman David Scott among those leading push for $100 million increase.
The 18-year-old winner of over $2 million in scholarship awards, including the prestigious Gates Scholarship, announces her college choice in an exclusive Essence interview.
Caroline Wanga is one of many trailblazers who graduated from an historically Black college and university
The money will be distributed among four universities over the course of a decade.
This first generation, out-of-state college student refers to herself as an “empowerprenuer,” which is her unique spin on the classic terminology.
The donation follows an influx of giving to the institutions following last summer’s racial justice protests for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor.
Morris Brown College was the first college for Black students in Georgia.
During our ESSENCE x Pepsi She Got Now Virtual HBCU Homecoming event, the talented entertainer shared a message that was right on time.
The talented pair blessed our ears with acoustic performances of "Cycles" & "Hey You" at the ESSENCE x Pepsi Virtual HBCU Homecoming celebration.
The actress and bonafide entrepreneur had her spice line on deck as she showed us how she gets down in the kitchen.
performance from Monica, a love letter to our HBCUs, a candid conv with Mario and so much more made day 1 unforgettable!
ESSENCE Is Teaming Up With Pepsi To Bring You The Ultimate Virtual HBCU Homecoming Season Celebration
Grab your crew and tune in as we take HBCU Homecoming season virtual on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25!